A rare Persian manuscript of Sufism, titled Kachkol-namah, by a great Sufi scholar of Sindh Makhdoom Abul Hasan Dahiri Naqshbandi (d. 1181 AH). This book is written about Sufism and related topics in poetry style. Makhdoom Abul Hasan was an Islamic scholar and Naqshbandi Sufi in the 18th century. He has written some books, most famous of which is Yanabee'ul-Hayat, a masterpiece of Sufism and the Naqshbandi path comprising of more than 1200 pages. Unfortunately it is still unpublished and exists in manuscript form in various personal libraries in Sindh. This book has been compared to Keemya of Imam Ghazali, with some scholars considering it better than the Keemya.
Digitized by Maktabah Mujaddidiyah (www.maktabah.org) in June 2012